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Monday, 24 January 2011 16:56

An Australian Gay Couple Won Gay Parenting

In Australia, a gay couple finally gained the right to be the fathers and that could perhaps change the things into Australia for all the gay and lesbian couples to have children.

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A new bill which would allow gay and lesbian couples to be able to adopt without being inevitably married will be launched in Utah.

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A student of Brigham Young University wrote a letter called Crimes against nature in the newspaper of the campus in which he compared a gay parent to a prostitute or to a serial killer. Attention, bigotry in sight!

Tuesday, 25 January 2011 01:14

Gay Parenting Rights Reconized

Supreme Court of Connecticut gives parental rights to a gay couple which used a substitute to give birth to their children. This opens possibilities for all couples using surrogates.

 

 

Raising kids is hard enough. Mix in with that same sex parents fighting against society’s standards of the family unit, videos on crack that are slowly replacing Sesame Street and schools trying so hard to be politically correct about everything that they are failing to teach our kids anything; and you have complete and utter chaos. Everyone has an opinion on the best child rearing methods but unfortunately every kid is not the same and what works for some may not very well work for most.

kacy cori real l word

 

Kacy and Cori, the pair of lesbians that we discover during the season 2 in the lesbian reality show "The Real L Word," has suffered a tragedy. After 5 months of pregnancy, they lost their little girl, Charlie Monroe Boccumini.

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